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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 88, Number 6, November 2003

Free Content Recent Insights into Carotid Baroreflex Function in Humans Using the Variable Pressure Neck Chamber
pp. 671-680(10)
Authors: Fadel, Paul J.; Ogoh, Shigehiko; Keller, David M.; Raven, Peter B.

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Free Content Characterization of Zebrafish Cx43.4 Connexin and its Channels
pp. 681-690(10)
Authors: Desplantez, T.; Marics, I.; Jarry-Guichard, T.; Veteikis, R.; Briand, J.-P.; Weingart, R.; Gros, D.

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Free Content Anaemia Stimulates Aquaporin 1 Expression in the Fetal Sheep Heart
pp. 691-698(8)
Authors: Jonker, S. S.; Davis, L. E.; Bilt, J. D. W.; Hadder, B.; Hohimer, A. R.; Giraud, G. D.; Thornburg, K. L.

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Free Content Nitric Oxide Synthesis Requires Activity of the Cationic and Neutral Amino Acid Transport System y+L in Human Umbilical vein Endothelium
pp. 699-710(12)
Authors: Arancibia-Garavilla, Yerko; Toledo, Fernando; Casanello, Paola; Sobrevia, Luis

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Free Content Discharge Patterns of Preganglionic Neurones with Axons in a Cardiac Vagal Branch in the Rat
pp. 711-723(13)
Authors: O'Leary, Deirdre M.; Jones, James F. X.

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Free Content The Role of Free Radicals in the Muscle Vasodilatation of Systemic Hypoxia in the Rat
pp. 733-740(8)
Authors: Pyner, Susan; Coney, Andrew; Marshall, Janice M.

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Free Content Hypothyroidism Attenuates Stress-Induced Prolactin and Corticosterone Release in Septic Rats
pp. 755-760(6)
Authors: Rodriguez, T. T.; Albuquerque-Ara├║jo, W. I. C.; Reis, L. C.; Antunes-Rodrigues, J.; Ramalho, M. J.

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Free Content Differential Effect of head-up tilt on Cardiovagal and Sympathetic Baroreflex Sensitivity in Humans
pp. 769-774(6)
Authors: O'Leary, D. D.; Kimmerly, D. S.; Cechetto, A. D.; Shoemaker, J. K.

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Free Content Cardioventilatory Coupling in Resting Human Subjects
pp. 775-782(8)
Authors: Tzeng, Y. C.; Larsen, P. D.; Galletly, D. C.

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Free Content Exercise Heat Stress does not Reduce Central Activation to non-exercised Human Skeletal Muscle
pp. 783-790(8)
Authors: Saboisky, Julian; Marino, Frank E.; Kay, Derek; Cannon, Jack

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